Highlights of the January 10, 2022 Board of Directors Meeting

Goals and Money – The Board has been reviewing our goals for the year as well as preparing to submit a budget proposal to the County by early February. The budget proposal is very much in line with last year’s budget.

Facilities – A huge thank you to Bob Harris and Tommy Long for their volunteer efforts to remove and replace the damaged pulleys and flags at the Clubhouse; such a great volunteer effort!  The Board plans to resurrect the Facilities Committee which will rely heavily on volunteer help.  This is how we keep our maintenance costs down.  If you would be willing to volunteer for any projects, no matter how big or how small, this is an easy way to contribute to your community to keep it a great place to live.  Just contact the office at 804-472-3646 or email to GHCPAssoc@gmail.com to leave your name and contact information.

Changes to the Email System – Look for upcoming changes to our email system that will allow members to do some customization of the content they wish to receive.  More coming on this later in February.

CPR – Westmoreland County is willing to provide additional CPR training classes in 2022.  If you are interested in participating, call the office at 804-472-3646 or email to GHCPAssoc@gmail.com to get on the list.

New Member Orientation – Last year’s event was so successful that the Board will again sponsor a New Member Orientation later in the spring.  “Old” members can attend as well if they need a refresher!  Watch for the announcement once the date is set.

Covid Policy – As of the January meeting, Omicron was/is surging and the Board agreed to the following announcement effective January 12th:

Considering Governor Northam’s emergency declaration order on Monday and given the continuing rise in Covid-19 cases and positivity rates for testing in Westmoreland County, the GHCP board has decided to temporarily suspend all planned larger group social events and all rentals of the Clubhouse.  This suspension will remain in effect for the duration of the Governor’s emergency declaration order.  We will continue to maintain access to the Clubhouse for business purposes, small groups, and individual activities.  We urge those attending small group activities at the Clubhouse to wear masks while indoors in accordance with CDC guidelines.

As we have come to learn with this virus, things can change quickly.